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If you work outside, then you definitely have come into contact with one of the gardener’s worst nemesis: poison ivy. While not everyone is allergic to poison ivy, most people are, and the rash that accompanies exposure to the plant’s oils is painful and can even be dangerous. There are many ways to remove poison ivy, but if you need to pull it out of a garden bed or path, and don’t want to go through all the trouble of donning your hazmat suit or hiring a tractor to come dig it out (both legitimate, though potentially extreme measures to take), then you’ll want to see our recommendation for a better way to remove poison ivy effectively, safely, and quickly.
Follow the below instructions to learn how to easily and effectively remove poison ivy.
Plastic bag, such as a newspaper comes in.
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